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Livingstone Undergraduate Research Awards

Honors the best research projects produced each year by Temple University undergraduates.

2017-2018 Winners

Livingstone Undergraduate Research Award in the Humanities
“Blond or Blonde? Frank Ocean and Identity Construction”
by Kerri Rafferty
Faculty advisor: Shana Goldin-Perschbacher
 
Livingstone Undergraduate Research Award in the Social Sciences
“Gender Quotas as Strategy: Exploring the Relationship Among International Perceptions of Democracy, Transnational Influence, and Female Representation in Sub-Saharan Africa”
by Paige Hill
Faculty advisor: Sarah Sunn Bush
 
Livingstone Undergraduate Research Award in the STEM disciplines
“(Z)-Selective Isomerization of Terminal Alkenes using an air-stable Mo(0) Complex”
by Owen Glaze
Faculty advisor: Graham Dobereiner
 
Livingstone Undergraduate Research Award in Creative Works and Media Production
“Monumental Change”
by Jacob Segelbaum and Brooke de Zutter
Faculty advisor: Kristine Weatherston
 
Livingstone Undergraduate Research Award for General Education Courses
“Protesting the Internment of Japanese Americans: Dissent as a Duty of Citizenship”
by Anna Manogue
Faculty advisor: Ralph Young
 
Livingstone Undergraduate Research Award in Sustainability and the Environment
“Choosing Permeable Pavement Design to Maximize Stormwater Management Capabilities”
by Elizabeth Shaloka
Faculty advisor: Joseph Danowsky